The Woman in the Window (DVD)
Directed by Fritz Lang
Newly Mastered in HD! Richard Wanley (Edward G. Robinson, The Stranger) is no criminal... at least, he wasn't until he met "the woman in the window." With his wife and kids out of town, the chaste professor engages in an innocent flirtation with a chance acquaintance (Joan Bennett, Scarlet Street) and inadvertently commits a shocking and unspeakable crime. But that's just the beginning of his problems, for as the cunning D.A. (Raymond Massey, The Hurricane) - one of Wanley's dearest friends – gets closer and closer to identifying the killer, Wanley finds he's more and more willing to resort to desperate measures to avoid being caught. Masterfully directed by the legendary Fritz Lang (Metropolis, Spies), The Woman in the Window is a suspense-laden, gripping thriller with the logic and plausibility of a nightmare. Co-starring Dan Duryea (Storm Fear).
DVD Extras Include:
Audio Commentary by Film Historian Imogen Sara Smith
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